Singapore is one of the most incredible places I’ve ever been to – it is literally a city within a garden rather than a garden within a city. There are so many plants in Singapore that even buildings are built in a way where vines can drape from balconies and trees can grow along the walls. You can only imagine how many instargrammable places there are in Singapore! There is even a National Tree Planting Day on November 7th each year where politicians and citizens plant and adopt trees. Singapore is also known as “Fine City” (besides being fine you can also get fined). Gum is banned unless you have a medical prescription (otherwise you get a fine, especially for selling it). Connecting to someone else’s wifi is considered hacking: fine. Feeding pigeons: Fine. Spitting in public: Fine. Not flushing the toilet? You guessed it: Fine! In fact, the elevators in Singapore are equipped with urine detection devices that detect the smell of urine, close the doors, and set off an alarm until the police arrive. Oh and of course, a fine.